Mix 10 ounces goat's milk or evaporated milk, 1 cup of plain full-fat yogurt, 1 raw egg yolk and 1/2 teaspoon corn syrup to make puppy replacement milk. If using evaporated milk, it is also necessary to add 3 ounces of sterilized water. Mix the ingredients together with a wire whisk, place in a storage container and fill bottles to feed the puppies as needed.
According to the ASPCA, the most common reason for puppies to lose their appetite and vomit profusely is due to eating something they should not have. However, there are a variety of other medical issues which may cause similar digestive problems. Regardless, the best course of action is to take the dog to a veterinarian as soon as possible.Full Answer >
When a puppy is dewormed, the dog is usually given an oral medication around 2 to 3 weeks after birth; it's common for the deworming to take more than one dose, and worms may be noticeable in the puppy's stool. Puppies must be dewormed to ensure they are healthy and do not pass on any worms to other dogs.Full Answer >
A puppy's nutritional needs change based on his age, but in general, he requires more nutrients than an adult because he is growing rapidly. He is ready to eat solid foods after four weeks and should be fully weaned by six weeks. Afterward, he should eat a high-protein diet.Full Answer >
Puppies generally bite to get attention or to play, so consistently redirecting or ignoring a biting puppy is the most effective way to teach it not to bite. It is also important to provide the puppy with plenty of appropriate things to chew on, because puppies may bite to help alleviate teething pain.Full Answer >